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Share Price: 0.06Bid: 0.05Ask: 0.07Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Edenville
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 40.00%Open: 0.06High: 0.065Low: 0.06Yesterday’s Close: 0.06



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aerial
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RE: Aerial
Tue 17:40
? What's your profile photo ?......
 
Merlin1
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Aerial
Tue 15:39
Golding (not the golfer, I'm rubbish at it)
aerial
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RE: Aerial
Tue 15:07
Well done. I bet you are relieved!
If you are on fb let me have you second name and I'll find you.
Sausageonstick
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Spread closing.
Tue 15:01
Nice to see the Bid lift to shrink to spread, rather than drop the Ask.

I'm sure interest will build, for in the later part of the month if no RNS on expanded coal resource out before month midpoint.

Time for me to put 'Strong Buy' as I think the last placing is out the way and positive news to come from here.
Merlin1
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Aerial
Tue 14:32
Just to let you know that I've signed the contracts this morning for the business I'm buying. At last!!!!!
Probably shoudln't be putting it on here but I didn't know another way to let you know.

At least I'll be buying bucket loads of EDL shares if the price stays like this over the next few months, it'd be stupid not to.

Merlin
Tamon
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RE: Is anyone else wondering this??
Tue 14:26
Some Lake Tanganyika details.
To far away, to heavily populated and to contentious as it borders other states.
Lake Rukwa seems the likely choice, if one is to be made, as it is in Tanzania.

The Tanzanian shoreline occupies 41% of Lake Tanganyika. It encompasses vital areas for biodiversity conservation, including the Malagarasi River basin, Gombe Stream and Mahale Mountains National Parks. The largest settlement on the Tanzanian shore is the Kigoma/Ujiji Municipality.

Human growth rates in the region are high compared to most areas in Tanzania, partly as a result of refugee influxes from Burundi and DR Congo. The current population of the Kigoma region is over 1.6 million, with an average growth rate of 5.1%. Agricultural encroachment, clearing of bush to eradicate tsetse flies, village settlements, bushfires, overgrazing, and high wood demands have caused excessive deforestation rates in the region, with an average of 0.90% per year[1].

Pollution and eutrophication from solid waste and untreated wastewater in the Kigoma/Ujiji Municipality is having an increasingly detrimental effect on biodiversity. Kigoma presently lacks a water treatment plant as well as capacity to adequately process solid waste.

The UNDP/GEF Project on Lake Tanganyika aims to pilot innovative strategies for sustainable catchment management in the Kigoma and neighbouring Rukwa region, and strengthen capacity for pollution control in the Kigoma/Ujiji Municipality.
Sausageonstick
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RE: Is anyone else wondering this??
Tue 14:12
Would be worth an email to those that know Rufus's direct email address to ask why this is the case, or even the PR company.

Just smacks of bad planning in my opinion.
Jogonson
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RE: Is anyone else wondering this??
Tue 13:19
whatever it is - this water thing is a highly annoying development and it would be good for the co to put a lid on it in terms of how much delay it is going to cause.
Jogonson
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RE: Is anyone else wondering this??
Tue 13:18
I would suspect that this is part of the TIA factor - they cannot control the random requests coming from the gov or other bodies who may have reasons to put delays into the mix. I did think it was a bit weird at the time.

Ironically there is a massive lake (Tanganyika) not far away but it has terrible parasites and other stuff that means you cannot go near it, drink it, wash in it etc etc - it is perfect therefore for supplying water to a power station which would actually in a way, purify the water by boiling it. If they could find a way to use the power plant cooling process to collect clean water that would be an amazing side effect that would affect the whole region in a very positive way. Unless they are talking about using the water to wash the coal, which I thought was not needed according to the results/surveys etc.
Sausageonstick
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Also...
Tue 13:17
The last four placings have been between £200,000 and £250,000 and approx 4/5 months apart.

Has a feeling like one organisation is drip feeding Edenville until all the blocks have fallen into place.





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